uncovered


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un·cov·ered

 (ŭn-kŭv′ərd)
adj.
1. Having no cover or protection.
2. Lacking the protection of insurance or collateral security.
3. Bareheaded.

uncovered

(ʌnˈkʌvəd)
adj
1. not covered; revealed or bare
2. not protected by insurance, security, etc
3. with hat removed as a mark of respect

un•cov•ered

(ʌnˈkʌv ərd)

adj.
1. having no cover or covering.
2. having the head bare.
3. not protected by collateral or other security, as a loan.
4. not protected by insurance.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncovered - not covered with clothinguncovered - not covered with clothing; "her exposed breast"
unclothed - not wearing clothing

uncovered

adjective
Having no protecting or concealing cover:
Translations

uncovered

[ʌnˈkʌvəd] ADJ
1. (= without a cover) → destapado, descubierto
2. (Fin) [loan] → en descubierto; [person] → sin seguro, no asegurado

uncovered

a. destapado-a, al descubierto.

uncovered

adj descubierto
References in classic literature ?
That is true," said Don Quixote, and, taking a handkerchief out of his pocket, he begged the Distressed One to bandage his eyes very carefully; but after having them bandaged he uncovered them again, saying, "If my memory does not deceive me, I have read in Virgil of the Palladium of Troy, a wooden horse the Greeks offered to the goddess Pallas, which was big with armed knights, who were afterwards the destruction of Troy; so it would he as well to see, first of all, what Clavileno has in his stomach.
I remember in fact that as we pushed into his little chamber, where the bed had not been slept in at all and the window, uncovered to the moonlight, made the place so clear that there was no need of striking a match--I remember how I suddenly dropped, sank upon the edge of the bed from the force of the idea that he must know how he really, as they say, "had" me.
He looked out several times at Mukhorty and could see that his back was uncovered and the drugget and breeching lying on the snow, and that he ought to get up and cover him, but he could not bring himself to leave Nikita and disturb even for a moment the joyous condition he was in.
In taking down the body the men disturbed the loose, friable earth of the slope below it, disclosing human bones already nearly uncovered by the action of water and frost.
The young man, prepared for this scene by the state of his own feelings, which were mournful, and by the majesty of the cathedral which he had passed through, descended in a slow and solemn manner and stood with head uncovered before these mortal spoils of the last king, who was not to be placed by the side of his forefathers until his successor should take his place there; and who appeared to abide on that spot, that he might thus address human pride, so sure to be exalted by the glories of a throne: "Dust of the earth
And, midway, he dug down through the red volcanic earth that had washed from the disintegrating hill above, until he uncovered quartz, rotten quartz, that broke and crumbled in his hands and showed to be alive with free gold.
It was like an uncovered well in a yard where children play.
Each of us uncovered a great number of these bricks, until we commenced to weary of the monotony of it, when Snider suddenly gave an exclamation of excitement, and, as I turned to look, he held up a human skull for my inspection.
In the hush which followed, our crime was recited, the death warrant read, then everybody uncovered while a priest uttered a prayer.
And the only reason she gave you was that the light caused her a painful sensation if it fell on her uncovered skin?
Barbicane and his two companions immediately rushed to the uncovered window.
His hat, tilted back, uncovered a good deal of forehead, which appeared very white in the dusk.